The current document is the third and final one in the series of three deliverables of the SLALOM project that aim at proposing a specification for Cloud Service Level Agreements (SLAs). The proposed SLA specification refers to the core SLA document that incorporates metrics (as specific objectives or quality attributes), parameters, rules as well as potential dependencies between rules. Examples of metrics along with their JSON implementation are also included in the document.
Comparing to the previous (second) report, this document highlights and provides a concrete SLA specification proposition addressing the following: SLA specification, SLA metrics definition and examples, SLA comparability, SLALOM model applicability in the IoT domain
The report is structured as follows: Section 2 summarises the SLALOM proposed SLA specification and reference model. Section 3 presents the outcome of the efforts for alignment with ISO and Section 4 demonstrates specific examples of metrics and their JSON representations. In Section 5 work upon open issues regarding SLA terms comparability are presented along with applicability of the SLALOM reference model and specifications to the IoT domain. Conclusions are drawn in section 6.